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Re: pypi import certs issues

From: c4droid
Subject: Re: pypi import certs issues
Date: Tue, 9 May 2023 08:55:12 +0800

Hi, James.

On Mon, May 08, 2023 at 12:55:57PM +0100, James R. Haigh (+ML.GNU.Guix 
subaddress) wrote:
> Hi c4droid,
> At Z+0800=2023-05-08Mon23:55:06, c4droid sent:
> > […]

Thanks for the hint, I just checked my system services noticed the ntp is not 
install on my system,
after set it up, everything is normal.

> You appear to have sent an email from the future.  That time is currently 
> over 4 hours into the future.  Note that certificate validation relies upon 
> correct clock synchronisation, so without even looking into the details of 
> what is going on with Guix, simply correcting your system clock time may in 
> fact resolve your issue afterall.
>       Looking at the Received headers on your email, I notice that your email 
> was in fact sent a few hours in the past:–
> Mon, 08 May 2023 15:55:05 +0800
> Mon, 08 May 2023 03:55:26 -0400
> Mon, 08 May 2023 03:55:29 -0400
> Mon, 08 May 2023 03:55:31 -0400
> Mon, 08 May 2023 09:55:59 +0200
> Mon, 08 May 2023 09:56:02 +0200
> These are all broadly the same time: UTC+0=07:55.  Therefore, at the time of 
> sending, the timestamp in the Date header of your email was precisely 8 hours 
> into the future.  Its timezone is also UTC+8, which indicates that you may 
> have actually confused local time with system time when setting the time.  If 
> you set your system time to UTC+8 and then on top of that your local time 
> adds another 8 hours, at UTC+0=07:55, UTC+8+8=23:55.  That seems like a 
> plausible explanation.
>       Furthermore, a common cause for system time being set to local time is 
> if you dual-boot with another operating system that does not respect the 
> system time being independent of local time.  I have heard that this is a 
> common problem for those who dual-boot with Microsoft Windows – at least it 
> was in the days of XP.  I don't know whether it is still a common issue in 
> newer versions, but if you have such a dual-boot and this keeps happening, 
> that would be a good first place to investigate to try to fix the issue.

BTW, thanks for the answer. :)

> Kind regards,
> James.
> -- 
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> to error-prone heuristical spam filtering.

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